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Spotlight: Win Social Media Marketing Freedom with DrumUp

Declare your freedom from endless hours spent tweaking your social media marketing campaigns. The creators of an app called DrumUp have an idea they say will put that time to more productive use. Check out the details here.


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Millennials Want Work-Life Balance, Even if it Means Relocation

If your small business is in serious need of a youth movement, the Millenial set is all ready to get to work. The thing about this generation, though, is that they want work-life balance, even if it means relocating. Setting up your business operations to accommodate this need may be imperative to recruit and retain the youngest workers today.


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Serious Accident Leads to Life-Changing LeanOnWe Startup

Imagine an accident that put you in a wheelchair for the rest of your life. Could you come back from it and build a successful career for yourself as an entrepreneur anyway? Better yet, could you turn your own tragedy into a business that could help others?


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Cafe Finds Perfect Location — In an Old Train Station?

Business owners often talk about the importance of location. At times that includes finding an interesting place to locate a business -- say in an old train station. As unique an idea as this might appear to be, cafes and restaurants located in train stations have become a trend.


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How to Restore and Take Back Your Work-Life Balance

Entrepreneurs are accustomed to working hard and sometimes sacrificing the personal time others take for granted. But the fact is that at some point it's important to re-establish downtime for yourself -- that or burn out early. Here are some instructions for a challenge as big as building your business in the first place.


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Domain Privacy May Soon Become a Thing of the Past?

If you own a domain name for your home business, you might also pay a little extra to keep your name, address and other personal information away from prying eyes online. But that option may soon be history, if Internet regulators have their way.